Isabell Schulz's picture

Keyhole Gardening

When in Paris...

...There was an event in front of the Hôtel de Ville de Paris informing people about community gardening, specifically a concept called Keyhole Gardening, a form of permaculture.

The basic concept is to have a round-ish spot of soil with a hole in the middle, which serves as a compost and therefore will give nutrients and humidity to the soil for the plants, herbs, veggies to grow around it.


NAP's picture

Forest garden project

One of the pieces of land which was offered to us by the municipality, seemed to be very attractive: two big areas of previously meadow, located on the fringes of the forest, next to a little pond, and in vicinity to allotment gardens, and a picnic area.
If there had not been these suspicious traces in the ground....

Christine Graf's picture

crop rotation

Dear Andrea,

we were talking about your permaculture workshop and discussed the materials you provided with some Fitounais gardeners few days ago and one question came up:

how do you rotate plants in permaculture? I asked you during the workshop and you said there is no need for rotation when chosen the right combination and places for plants.

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